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Tillerson says Trump is 'willing to work with partners' on Paris climate accord
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Appearing on CBS's "Face the Nation" on Sunday, Sept. 17, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson criticized the Paris climate accord for being "out of balance" for America and China, but said the Trump administration would look for ways to work with other countries on tackling climate “under the right conditions.”
Appearing on CBS's "Face the Nation" on Sunday, Sept. 17, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson criticized the Paris climate accord for being "out of balance" for America and China, but said the Trump administration would look for ways to work with other countries on tackling climate “under the right conditions.”
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